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RE: KickStart Issue

Title: KickStart Issue
The way kickstart works is that it copies your kickstart file from the remote location to the local filesystem as /tmp/ks.cfg, so it sounds like it's not getting your kickstart file.  The easiest way to troubleshoot is to put a sleep statement in your %pre and/or %post, then go to the Alt-F2 terminal and poke around.  You will see your ks.cfg file in /tmp if it's been copied across, etc.

From: kickstart-list-bounces redhat com [mailto:kickstart-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Abhijit Das
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 12:23 AM
To: kickstart-list redhat com
Cc: Abhijit Das
Subject: KickStart Issue

Dear Gurus

I need a help here. I have create a RHEL4ASU4 32bit source server and configured dhcp/nfs/kickstart on it. I am also using the initrd.img and vmlinuz from the first CD to pxe boot the destination machines. I use the pxelinux concept of kickstarting. Here is my default file

        MENU LABEL pxe
        kernel vmlinuz-pxe
        append ksdevice=eth0 console=tty0 load_ramdisk=1 initrd=initrd-pxe.img network ks=nfs:

As you see, I am passing the kickstart parameters via additional boot loader parameters.
/kickstart/rhelas4u4/i386 contains the entire distribution of RHEL4ASU4

Now am using a kickstart configuration file (client's file) wherein he calls many post install and pre install scripts. I get the following error :-

IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory : '/tmp/xxxxxx'
This directory is mentioned in the %pre script to be created. But looks like it is unable to.

Before that I get bunch of File "/usr/lib/anaconda/kickstary.py" , line numbers messages but no errors on that.

Would appreciate your help and direction regards this

- Abhijit Das

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